EFF protesting at Sanlam office in Cape Town

2013-12-03 16:04
EFF protesters outside the Sanlam office. (Picture via Twitter)

EFF protesters outside the Sanlam office. (Picture via Twitter)

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Cape Town - A group of about 40 Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) supporters are taking part in a protest outside Sanlam’s head office in Bellville, Cape Town.

It was unclear what the protest was about but Sanlam’s spokesperson Ainsley Moos told News24 that the company was asked to receive a memorandum from the group later on Tuesday.

In October, a number of EFF members were arrested after throwing faeces outside the Sanlam office.

The party’s provincial convenor Nazier Petersen told News24 that the October incident regarded an employee who was contracted by a labour broker to Sanlam for a period of six months and the broker terminated the contract.

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